Action Learning Research: A Systematic Review and Conceptual Framework

By: Yonjoo Cho and Toby Marshall Egan

Despite considerable interest in Action Learning, no systematic investigation of Action Learning literature has been reported. Studies selected from the systematic literature review process are highlighted, and Revans’s balance issue and the quality of select studies are discussed. A conceptual framework for the future studies of action learning, key concluding themes, and the limitations of the study are also articulated.

Take Your Business to the Next Level

By: Jayan Warrier

Action Learning brings together groups of people with varied levels of skills and experience to analyse an actual work problem. The aim is to develop an action plan, develop mid-course corrections, and learn from the implementation of actions.